Job role: Registered Nurse – Rehabilitation and Palliative Care Ward.
Job sector: Healthcare.
Job Type: Full-time.
Salary: $67,357 – $94,568 per year.
Shift & Schedule:
- Night shift.
- Evening shift.
- Day shift.
- Shift work.
- Accrued Day Off (ADO) (for full-time employees).
- Opportunity for extra tax savings through Salary Packaging.
- Novated Leasing.
- Great education opportunities through Education Training Service which offers over 110 courses each year.
- Access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for staff and family members.
- Fitness Passport.
About the Job.
Our fantastic Rehabilitation Ward team at Blue Mountains District ANZAC Memorial Hospital is seeking empathetic and motivated Registered Nurses to join the team. In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring optimal outcomes for patients/clients and carers of the service through the promotion of best practices including the appropriate escalation of care and working collaboratively utilizing effective team communication with members of the multidisciplinary health team in the planning, implementation, assessment and evaluation of patient care. If you are a candidate who can manage competing priorities within a busy clinical environment whilst maintaining a high quality of patient/client care.
Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District (NBMLHD) is a wonderful place to expand your career and grow your skills and knowledge. As a recognized leader in the healthcare industry, we provide a range of public health services to the Nepean and Blue Mountains and Lithgow Region.
- Current registration to practice as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (AHPRA).
- Demonstrated clinical experience in a health care setting with a demonstrated understanding of Rehabilitation or Palliative Care Nursing. (including completion of a new graduate RN program or equivalent 12 months experience working as a Registered Nurse).
- Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize work.
- Demonstrated evidence of being able to provide person-centred care.
- Demonstrated effective communication skills – written and verbal.
- Demonstrated commitment to professional development.
- Ability to work a flexible roster, day, evening, or night shift across all days of the week according to the unit/service requirements.